See How 5 Adorable Dogs have Overcome Their Disabilities With A Little TLC!


As the saying goes, "Saving one dog will not change the world, but surely for that one dog, their world will be forever changed."

My Best Bark, an online information resource for dog owners, have released a new report on the benefits, challenges, and rewards of owning a dog with disabilities. The report highlights five adorable dogs who were able to overcome their physical disabilities with a little tender loving care from some kind-hearted people.

You can read the report and find more helpful resources by visiting

My Best Bark released their report to showcase how life-changing and emotionally-rewarding owning a dog with a disability can be for both the owner and pup.

Caring for dogs with disabilities comes with a lot of responsibly....even more so than caring for a pup without physical limitations. It requires much time, energy, and attention on the part of the owner, as well as the ability to cover expensive veterinary bills when needed.

While there are certainly challenges involved, the report states that providing a disabled dog with love and affection is guaranteed to shower you with emotional rewards!

Although many people are hesitant about bringing a disabled pup into their homes, the benefits can far outweigh the challenges. My Best Bark is dedicated to providing helpful information and resources to help pet owners just like you provide the best possible care to the animals in their lives.

The report states that when given the same love and care as a “normal” pet, dogs with disabilities can live long, happy, fulfilling lives.

One of the dogs featured in the report, Stevie, a blind border collie, went on to win the Rescue Dog of the Year award for his significant contribution and enduring spirit after living a life of neglect. Daffodil, a dog who lost her front legs, was fitted with a custom wheelchair with the help of the San Francisco SPCA.

Many animal rescues and non-profit organizations state that often times owners shy away from taking in pets with disabilities due to costly veterinary bills. Owners who are unable to financially cover vet care are encouraged to seek assistance from local shelters and animal welfare organizations, so their pets can maintain a happy, healthy quality of life. If you need help, don't be afraid to ask!

A spokesperson for My Best Bark said, “Dogs with disabilities can still live their life to the fullest when given proper care. They can become assets instead of liabilities if they get the same love, attention, and care that normal dogs usually receive.”

You can read the report on these five adorable, resilient dogs by visiting where you'll also find loads of helpful tips & tricks on caring for your pup!

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